The Franchise Company have a great team of experienced BFA Affiliated franchise consultants who have been providing sound and effective franchise advice since 1991. We have been working to British Franchise Association best practice for over 20 years. And as our clients will tell you, its the best way to ensure long term success in franchising.
Our franchise development support is broken down into four easy to work stages.
Stage One - Develop the franchise system. We will use our expertise and knowledge of franchising to develop a sound and commercially attractive franchise system that will give you and your future franchisees the best possible chance of success.
Stage Two - Produce the franchise documentation (agreements, prospectus, operations manual, recruitment tools and process). These documents are required to market and protect your future franchise system in the best possible way. We DO NOT simply give you a pile of template documents for you to rework.
Stage Three - Recruit the first (pilot) franchisees. We can support you through this process to help you get off to a flying start.
Stage Four - Start to accelerate the role out once the pilots are up and running successfully. We can provide ongoing recruitment support here if required.
For further information please call 01325 251455 or 0207 0001018. You can also complete the quick contact form on the right or email email@example.com. and we'll get back to you immediately.
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